Land at Junction Street, Brierfield. New

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Location

The site is located off Junction Street, approximately 0.5 miles north of Brierfield town centre and approximately 1 mile south east of Nelson town centre. Brierfield train station is located approximately 0.3 miles to the south of the site and Junction 12 of the M65 motorway is approximately 0.5 miles to the north.

Description

The land comprises a former gasworks site and comprises a compound with an above ground column guided gasholder and associated buildings (booster house and store). The gasholder is a four-tier Type 32 guide frame with an I-section lattice repeated cross girder, built in 1892. Access is from Junction Street. The site has been engineered to create a plateau around the gasholder, with a reasonably steep banking to the east of the holder leading down to the holder area. The site extends to an area measuring approximately 1.4 acres (0.57 hectares).

Planning Potential

The site lies within the Brierfield Mills Conservation Area. The surrounding area comprises a mix of land uses. The site is adjacent to the Leeds Liverpool Canal to the west, and a warehouse complex including the Pendle Village Mill retail factory outlet is to the north. Based on the EA Flood Map for Planning the site is entirely included within Flood Zone 1. Prospective purchasers are advised they should make their own planning enquiries with Pendle Borough Council.

Location

The site is located off Junction Street, approximately 0.5 miles north of Brierfield town centre and approximately 1 mile south east of Nelson town centre. Brierfield train station is located approximately 0.3 miles to the south of the site and Junction 12 of the M65 motorway is approximately 0.5 miles to the north.

Description

The land comprises a former gasworks site and comprises a compound with an above ground column guided gasholder and associated buildings (booster house and store). The gasholder is a four-tier Type 32 guide frame with an I-section lattice repeated cross girder, built in 1892. Access is from Junction Street. The site has been engineered to create a plateau around the gasholder, with a reasonably steep banking to the east of the holder leading down to the holder area. The site extends to an area measuring approximately 1.4 acres (0.57 hectares).

Planning Potential

The site lies within the Brierfield Mills Conservation Area. The surrounding area comprises a mix of land uses. The site is adjacent to the Leeds Liverpool Canal to the west, and a warehouse complex including the Pendle Village Mill retail factory outlet is to the north. Based on the EA Flood Map for Planning the site is entirely included within Flood Zone 1. Prospective purchasers are advised they should make their own planning enquiries with Pendle Borough Council.

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